Gender Comparison of the Performance of Secondary Level Institutional Heads in DIK, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Dr Asif Jamil, Amina Ramzan, Malik Amer Atta, Muhammad Younis, Uzma Kareem, Tahirullah Jan


This study was done keeping in view importance of the role of administrators in the success of educational institutions. The prime focus was comparison of the effectiveness of male and female Institutional heads working in different secondary schools of district Dera Ismail Khan, situated in the south of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Major areas of comparison remained percepts, leadership styles and efficiency of the Institutional heads, perceived by the teachers appointed in respective schools. Findings of the study revealed that female Institutional heads prove to be comparatively better administrators showing keen interest in institutional administration, motivating their team for hard work and keeping coordinal relationship with staff and parents.

KEYWORDS: Gender, Performance, Secondary Level, Institutional Heads


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International Journal of Human Resource Studies  ISSN 2162-3058


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